The recently out crooner says, "They accepted him as a person."
The headliner for the annual Boy Scout Jamboree, Jepsen says that she's withdrawing because she believes in LGBT equality. The Scouts do not.
Heavily influenced by his upbringing as an adopted Baptist in small-town America, gay singer-songwriter Matt Gold is back with "Oh, Joe," the second single from his debut album.
Among the music icon's greatest finds was Whitney Houston, who Clive Davis remembers at length in his new memoir.
Forty-seven years after she left high school to support her family in Britain and became a musical sensation, lesbian singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading shows no signs of stopping now.
Rick Ian Gordon talks with The Advocate about his emotional and fulfilling journey composing Green Sneakers, a mini-opera about the AIDS-related death of his partner.
He's helped make the careers of Whitney Houston, Bruce Springsteen, Janis Joplin, and Kelly Clarkson a success — among many others — and in Davis's memoir he talks about his long-term relationship with a man.
Jamie McDermott, out singer of The Irrepressibles, discusses his new album, his influences, and being gay in the music industry now.